Don’t Flaunt It
And today? Today we are the conscious generation. Today we are driven by values and not clothes. Yes, there is a very conscious young fashion scene out there however when it comes to gambling the style is more of a leisure like scene. And as mentioned in the very introduction there is an examined effect on casual clothing in the work place.
The conclusion is that a relaxed style has a negative effect on the workplace morale. It may also have a negative effect regarding the impression we have on clients or potential customers.
It is only in the fictional world where Trillby hats are ever present and bowties are paired with the James Bond tuxedos, while the stereotype of a female hustler always sports gold and beaded bold dresses.
This is not the reality anymore and Las Vegas has become a somewhat “anything goes” type of town. This is great in a way. We should not be governed by the conformity of style when we travel. Clothes should neither define or govern our social constraints. Yet, as seen when we have described the different decades of gambling in correlation to fashion – one thing we can be sure of is that things always change. And so will the dress code at casinos. Perhaps this is a good thing? We don’t want our lack of style to effect any possible chances of winning.